Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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G 35. MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND PERSONNEL

Established in May 1982. In April 1988 the ministry was divided into two ministries –
Labour and Personnel.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Zhao Shouyi x
May 85
Aug 85
d 1988
Zhao Dongwan x
Aug 85
Apr 88
Vice-Ministers
He Guang x
Sep 83
Jun 86
Jiao Shanmin x
May 82
Sep 86
Li Boyong x
Sep 86
Apr 88
Li Yunchuan x
May 82
Sep 86
Yan Zhongqin x
May 82
Apr 88
Zhang Zhijian x
Jul 87
Apr 88
Advisers
(f) Huang Wei x
Jun 83
Apr 88
Jin Shuwang(1) Feb 84
Apr 88
Kang Yonghe x
Feb 83
Apr 88
(f) Wang Rong Feb 84
Apr 88
Foreign Experts' Affairs Bureau
Director
Zhang Jinchuan Feb 84
Apr 88
Labour Insurance and Welfare Bureau
Director
Fu Huazhong Sep 86
Apr 88
Deputy Director
Jiao Kaiping Apr 87
Apr 88
Science and Technological Cadres Bureau
Deputy Directors
She Shiguang Feb 83
Apr 88
Zhao Linxuan x
Feb 83
Apr 88

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